Fort Worth schools rely on federal dollars to help pay for academic programs that support student literacy.
Fort Worth schools rely on federal dollars to help pay for academic programs that support student literacy. David Kent dkent@star-telegram.com
Fort Worth schools rely on federal dollars to help pay for academic programs that support student literacy. David Kent dkent@star-telegram.com

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